Recently at its annual event, the Cupertino Calif.-based firm unveiled its upcoming Apple iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C, the former holding major advancements including the 64-bit processor that offers additional performance and speed to the device as compared to its predecessor.

Compared to the iPhone 5C, the iPhone 5S definitely gets an edge, sporting the fingerprint scanner for security and the latest iSight camera. Although both the smartphones are rolled out with an 8-megapixel camera, the 5S gets an advantage, embracing better pixels, letting users capture images even in low-light conditions.

Dual LED flashes housed in the iPhone 5S holds two different colors piled on top of each other. Touted ‘Two tone flash’, the device sets off an opening flash that weighs the location colors before generating two flashes with different intensities for a clear capture. The iPhone 5S holds 1,000 flash combinations.

Another feature that sets the 5S apart is the ‘burst’, which snaps 10 frames per second, letting users click hundreds of pictures. There’s also a built-in slow-motion option to shoot videos.

Looks like it’s not just us, someone big out there is also impressed with the iPhone 5S. A major fashion house- Burberry, London announced using the device’s 8-megapixel camera to capture runaway scene and backstage photos and videos that it’ll share with fans.